The second network event of the Lowcomote project was organized last month in Madrid. The Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) hosted the Innovative Training Network, where participating PhD students gathered to present their projects’ development for the mid-term check and receive scientific training on various topics.
The first day of the event started with the mid-term check presentations for the project officer and fellow PhD students. Participants had to introduce their chosen topic of research and talk about how it relates to the project in general. All students had 10 minutes to present their findings and project maps. Benedek Horváth, the PhD student working with IncQuery Labs, is researching how modern model transformation tools (languages, frameworks, model transformations) can become scalable on a model with more than 100 million elements.
After the mid-term check was successfully conducted, the network event continued with lectures on various topics. Participants learned about Cloud Computing and Virtualization from lecturers from IMT Atlantique; and Technical essentials and Running Container-enabled Microservices on AWS from Amazon Web Services.
The next event of the Lowcomote event series will take place in Budapest in June.
The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement n° 813884.